Community Interests

Love of Christ Lutheran Church

  • Children's Ministry. Mr. Walberg has been a Sunday School Teacher for 3 to 5 year olds since 2003. www.loveofchristchurch.net/ministries/childrens-ministry
  • African Orphas Project. As a result of the HIV/AIDs pandemic, average life expectancy of many villagers in South Africa is less than 40 years. This leaves hundreds of young orphans without a home, a caregiver, and at times, even food to eat. The mission of the African Orphans Project is to provide simple, decent homes for vulnerable children and their caregivers, and to expand the ability of the local Lutheran church to provide ongoing support to these families. Through the African Orphans Project partners and participants, we are able to provide the orphans of Shongweni with a church, homes, support, and a community center for training and education programs. www.hhafrica.com
  • Call Committee Member.
  • Feed My Starving Children.  As a Christian non-profit organization, Feed My Starving Children is called to feed God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit. “We want to reach everyone, until ALL are fed.” We truly mean this. This means reaching the hard-to-reach people and places, the “least of these.” They will be found, and they will be fed. www.fmsc.org
  • Youth Ministry. Member of the Youth Advisory Committee. www.facebook.com/LOCChurchYouth?fref=ts
  • Legal Counsel and Personnel Team Member.

Swedish American Chamber of Commerce Arizona

  •  The Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce Arizona, Inc. was started in 1996 by a group of dedicated Swedish business professionals in the Phoenix Metro Area. The Chamber's mission is to promote trade, commerce, investments and culture between Arizona and Sweden. Embodying a truly entrepreneurial way of doing business the Chamber is a key player in moving business exchanges ahead in Sweden and the United States through effective industry specific programs, events, fundrasing, corporate programs, trade missions, business matchmaking and networking.  www.saccarizona.org
  • Mr. Walberg has been a member of the Board of Director's since 2012.
  • Next Events: 
  •  September 10, 2018.  Live, Love, Sell by Dalila Vidales. SACC Arizona and SWEA Professional invites you to an informal Happy Hour Speaker event to make new contacts and gain new insights.  "Nobody likes to be sold to but we all love shopping!" Meet Dalila Vidales MBA, who is Client Relationship Manager at Thunderbird Executive Education. She has held numerous positions with International Relations and have created customized training programs. In this presentation she will show you how to grow your business through sales. Together we will explore sales alternatives for small businesses and professionals, and we will solve common selling problems.
  • October 1, 2018. What you wished you knew before selling your company by Lisa Riley. SACC Arizona and SWEA Professional invites you to an informal Happy Hour Speaker event to make new contacts and gain new insights. Meet Arizona's Business Intermediary Lisa Riley, PhD, CBI, CBB, who is “creating a different experience…” in the business brokerage world. She is the principal for LINK Business Phoenix and has owned and managed her own companies for many years. "Selling or buying a business is a complex process. As you know, it is imperative to choose the right employees when running your business. The same is true when exiting or entering a business." She will share what business owners wished they knew prior to selling their company. It doesn’t matter if you are dreaming of owning your own company, just starting out, a few years in or thinking about exiting your business, she will explore ways to minimize your wishes in the future and maximize your company’s value! 
  • November 18, 2018.  FANNY AND ALEXANDER #BERGMAN100. This is a part of SACC Arizona's #Bergman100 commemoration of the Swedish film creator's birth. Through the eyes of ten-year-old Alexander, we witness the delights and conflicts of the Ekdahl family, a sprawling bourgeois clan in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Sweden. Ingmar Bergman intended Fanny and Alexander as his swan song, and it is the legendary director’s warmest and most autobiographical film, a four-time Academy Award–winning triumph that combines his trademark melancholy and emotional intensity with immense joy and sensuality. Swedish cookies and glögg will be on hand among other festivities!